Blackout window tinting film is completely opaque and provides both daytime and nighttime privacy. It has a scratch-resistant coating on its interior side, so it can be installed and washed repeatedly without scratching. Blackout window films makes glass safer if broken, by holding broken glass together, reducing fallout of shards, and is considerably more durable than black paint, which can crack and split in months.
Popular in coastal areas, Pacific Blue window tinting film adds a touch of elegance to residential and commercial window tinting projects. Often referred to as the “Mercedes Blue” tint film, this version features a water-activated adhesive, making it ideal for flat-glass tinting applications. A similar window tinting film, called Sapphire, is available with pressure-sensitive adhesive for auto window tinting applications.
This completely opaque window film provides both daytime and nighttime privacy. Whiteout window film makes glass safer if broken, by holding broken glass together, reducing fallout of shards, and is considerably more durable than white paint, which can crack and split in months. This window film is scratch-resistant and uses pressure-sensitive adhesive. Unlike Blackout window film, Whiteout is safe for use on dual-pane windows.